The Yates High School basketball team wasn't just the best team in Houston; it was the best team in the entire country. Undisputed. The People Who Matter, like ESPN and USA Today, said so. But the team also drew a heavy amount of criticism for the same thing: being too good. After Yates routinely beat other schools by ungodly margins, national sportswriter Rick Reilly basically called the team a classless bunch that ran up the score. "It's Yates High School," Ronald Mumphery, the school's principal, told the Houston Press. "So we have to apologize because our kids have done a good job."